The official launch and naming ceremony will take place at noon on Thursday, September 19, and we would be delighted to have you attend. Kitigànensag is a source of pride for the whole community, and especially for the many volunteers who built it and the gardeners who are harvesting the first crop. It is an excellent example of students, staff and faculty coming together to create something sustainable, recreational, educational and accessible to the whole community.
Location: Kitigànensag- GSA Carleton Community Garden (located north of the Leeds building beside parking lot 6)
When: Noon, Thursday September 19, 2013
What: Naming ceremony, special guest speakers, free vegetarian hot dogs and cold drinks, optional tour and explanation of sustainable gardening techniques incorporated into the construction of Kitigànensag.
Additional Information: Algonquin Elders have suggested the name Kitigànensag (pronounced Kitta-gone-ehns-sug) which means “Little Gardens.” The full name is Kitigànensag: GSA Carleton Community Garden. Elders will be present to speak and perform a naming ceremony.